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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Free PlayStation 3

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Happy hacking..

New Nintendo Wii

Only in eight days since Nintendo Co. releases its new console, 600.000 units of Nintendo Wii are sold in US.

Wii challenges Playstation 3 from Sony which released last 17 Nov and followed by Nintendo Wii on 19 Nov.

Sony said, they already shipped about 1 million PS3 to North American Stores. While Nintendo claimed that they will ship 4 million units of their Wii console.

According to Nintendo President Reggie Fils-Aime, they already ship Wii to many stores several times and Wii really sold out.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Japanese Receptionist and Porter Robot

Aizu Central Hospital in Aizu-Wakamatsu 123 miles from of Tokyo introduced android receptionist and two porters on Oct. 28 which cost 60 million yen ($508,000).

The receptionist robot, produced by Japanese robot maker Tmsuk Co. Ltd., welcomes visitors at the entrance and answers spoken inquiries.

The two porter robots, which can move around on two wheels at a maximum speed of 1.5 kilometers per hour , can carry luggage and escort visitors and patients to their destinations. This 1.3 meter high white-and-green robotic porters can also alert people to obstacles with their sensors.

"They are the nation's first receptionist and porter robots actually working in a hospital, and people's reactions to them are quite positive," said hospital official Naoya Narita.

"By introducing them, we want to show the scene of a future hospital, where robots are getting along with patients and visitors," Narita said, the hospital is considering introducing another robot next year.

Japan leads the world's robotic industries in fields ranging from manufacturing to entertainment and security. Last year, Japanese companies unveiled a horde of prototype androids at the World Expo in central Japan.